Katie Nussbaum, SavannahNow

Katie Nussbaum

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Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • SavannahNow
  • Augusta Chronicle
Past:
  • Bluffton Today
  • Florida Times-Union

Recent articles by Katie:

Massive container ship sails into Port of Savannah

The overcast skies and occasional misty rain didn’t stop a small crowd of onlookers from gathering on the east end of River Street Friday morning to welcome the CMA CGM Brazil as it made its way up the Savannah River. At 1,200 feet long and 167 feet wide the vessel has a capacity of 15,072 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) and is the largest cargo ship to ever call on the Port of… → Read More

Port of Savannah sets record for best month ever thanks to infrastructure projects, holiday demand

While the Port of Savannah is no stranger to setting records for cargo volume, those records have been a little harder to come by in recent months due to → Read More

Largest container ship to call on Savannah port expected Friday

Savannah is set to welcome the biggest container ship ever to call on the Port of Savannah on Friday, the CMA CGM Brazil. The ship is expected to leave → Read More

As Georgia Southern touts coronavirus precautions, a COVID-19 positive student wishes for more

Georgia Southern University senior Rosana Lucia had only been on campus in Statesboro a little less than two weeks before her roommate’s boyfriend came down with a fever. The trio got tested for COVID-19, and Lucia was the only one who tested negative for the virus.A few days later Lucia, 20, developed a fever and decided to get tested a second time. This time she tested positive."I'm feeling… → Read More

As Georgia Southern touts coronavirus precautions, a COVID-19 positive student wishes for more

Georgia Southern University senior Rosana Lucia had only been on campus in Statesboro a little less than two weeks before her roommate’s boyfriend came down with a fever. The trio got tested for COVID-19, and Lucia was the only one who tested negative for the virus.A few days later Lucia, 20, developed a fever and decided to get tested a second time. This time she tested positive. "I'm feeling… → Read More

Historic Savannah Foundation names annual award winners

On Thursday, The Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) held its annual Preservation Awards, which honors individuals and organizations whose contributions → Read More

Half a million in Georgia don’t have decent internet. What is the state doing about it?

While you might surf the web on your smartphone or download your favorite television shows on your laptop without a second thought, hundreds of thousands → Read More

Half a million in Georgia don’t have decent internet. What is the state doing about it?

While you might surf the web on your smartphone or download your favorite television shows on your laptop without a second thought, hundreds of thousands → Read More

Internet service deserts in rural Georgia have left a half-million people behind. What is the state doing about it?

While you might surf the web on your smartphone or download your favorite television shows on your laptop without a second thought, hundreds of thousands → Read More

Internet service deserts in rural Georgia have left a half-million people behind. What is the state doing about it?

While you might surf the web on your smartphone or download your favorite television shows on your laptop without a second thought, hundreds of thousands → Read More

Savannah State students win international competition with honeybee charity

Two Savannah State University (SSU) students were recently named the winner of the 2020 Peace Through Trade Competition, the World Trade Centers Association Foundation (WTCAF), an affiliated organization with World Trade Centers Association, announced this week.The team is lead by Sade Shofidiya, a former World Trade Center Savannah (WTCSav) intern and current graduate student at SSU, who serves… → Read More

Community connections: New app partners volunteers with Savannah organizations

In a city that loves to volunteer, one Savannah non-profit is making it easier than ever to connect those looking to give back to the community through → Read More

Board approves subdivision of Rockingam Farms tract, tables traffic and noise concerns for later

The proposed Rockingham Farms industrial development took another step forward on Tuesday as the Chatham County - Savannah Metropolitan Planning → Read More

Savannah Greek Festival delayed due to COVID-19

You’ll have to wait until next year to get your homemade baklava, gyros and spanakopita as the Savannah Greek Festival has been delayed until 2021. → Read More

Skidaway Road stalwart Larry’s Restaurant closes

Longtime Savannah eatery Larry’s Restaurant at 3000 Skidaway Rd. has announced that the restaurant will not reopen after being shutdown since the end of March.The announcement was made Tuesday on the restaurant’s Facebook page."We have been fortunate over the years to meet and create relationships and friendships with so many and blessed to have worked along some of the finest people we will… → Read More

Skidaway Island stalwart Larry’s Restaurant closes

Longtime Savannah eatery Larry’s Restaurant at 3000 Skidaway Rd. has announced that the restaurant will not reopen after being shutdown since the end of March.The announcement was made Tuesday on the restaurant’s Facebook page."We have been fortunate over the years to meet and create relationships and friendships with so many and blessed to have worked along some of the finest people we will… → Read More

Chatham County unemployment claims decrease in July

The number of Chatham County residents who filed for initial unemployment claims in July compared to June decreased by 5,589 to reach 13,774, according to → Read More

Oak 36 Bar + Kitchen becomes newest spot on Savannah’s Southside

What do you get when you combine a financial advisor, a local public relations and marketing expert and a service industry veteran with more than a decade → Read More

Pooler Dunkin’ offers free coffee for healthcare workers, first responders

Stature Investments held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of The Shops at Lakeside Village, located at 1702 Pooler Parkway, as well as → Read More

Savannah attorneys named Best of the Best

Dozens of Savannah-area attorneys have been named to the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America and the First Edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. → Read More